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The James Altucher Show

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James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
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Inspirational + actionable ... without the BS. Jason Bax gives you edu-taining & inspiring interviews with proven entrepreneurs and creators WITHOUT the obnoxious self-promotional chest thumping of other podcast hosts. WITHOUT tiresome fake enthusiasm. WITHOUT repetitious, shallow, formulaic questions and constant interruptions. An online entrepreneur himself, Bax has the background and balls to dig DEEP, getting entrepreneurs to open their kimono (wide) to reveal the secrets to their succes ...
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A Note from James: Civil war… Honestly, I had an Uber driver the other day and he asked me, in the middle of the drive, "Hey, do you have your go bag?" And I'm like, "What's that?" And he said when the civil war starts - "and it's going to start any day, definitely before the 2024 election," he said - "you need to have your go bag. So wherever you …
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A Note from James:  Sometimes I think I'm a pretty good communicator, but sometimes I'm just awful. It's really important to have good skills at communicating - I've done lots of kind of communicating. I've been a public speaker. I've been in sales. I've been an entrepreneur. I've been a standup comedian and I've been a podcaster, but my biggest co…
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Episode Description: The podcast episode of 'My Favorite Things' explores various movies such as 'Lean on Me' and 'Argyle', and TV series like 'pen15' and 'Atlanta'. James also shares two websites, ACX and Text Broker, recommending them as platforms to earn money from home. The discussion transitions to financial freedom and the concept of having a…
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Episode Description: Jeremy Ryan Slate delves into the history of Ancient Rome, dissecting the transition from Republic to Empire, and the events that unfolded during the era. He also discusses the lives and reigns of significant figures like Julius Caesar, Marcus Aurelius, and Augustus. Jeremy makes comparisons to modern America, highlighting less…
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In this podcast episode, James Altucher is joined by Jay "The Engineer" Yow to share their favorite things, covering diverse themes including his favorite TV show, Instagram accounts, AI websites, Kung Fu movies, Twitter accounts, books, comedians, and much more. He discusses the details of why these particular favorites have made an impact on him …
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From James:  This guest has sold over a hundred million copies of his books. He's a thriller writer, he's a suspense writer, and his latest book, The Ghost Orchid: An Alex Delaware Novel just came out: Jonathan Kellerman. And I have to say this book was riveting from the beginning to the end. You don't have to read any of his prior books to get com…
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From James: Oh, my God, I'm so excited about this, because Amy Morin she doesn't know it, but she's my therapist. Amy doesn't realize it, but whenever she comes on my podcast or I go on her podcast, it's like I'm going into a therapy session. Of course, you know her as the author of 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do, sold millions of copies…
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From James: So this is part two of our interview with astrophysicist Brian Keating, but it's completely different from part one. Completely different topics, 100%. What this episode ultimately boiled down to is: When should you give up on something that's important to you? And we also talk about some BS that's been happening in college campuses lat…
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From James: For the past 10 years, I have been dying for this guy to write a book. I think I've told him at least once a year, "Write a book already. You have so much interesting knowledge!" I still remember when he first came to my podcast in 2014, he gave me advice. I still do it to this day. And we talk about "The Coffee Challenge", as he calls …
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A Note from James: A fascinating guy, Chris Anderson has run the TED Talks for over 20 years, and he's the author of the new book, "Infectious Generosity". We talk all about the benefits of generosity - not only for the entire world but for you, the generous individual - and all of his adventures along the way with TED. Episode Description: In this…
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One of the smartest people in history, the author of Losing the Nobel Prize and Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner - and he did almost win the Nobel Prize. Maybe he will one day do it. - Professor Brian Keating, physicist extraordinaire! We've divided this conversation in two because first, I was really curious about black holes, wormholes, and the be…
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"How is it possible to bring order out of memory?" This quote begins Beryl Markham's West with the Night, the memoirs of the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic from East to West. "I should like to begin at the beginning patiently like a weaver at his loom. I should like to say this is the place to start. There can be no other, but there ar…
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 Jay tricked me... So as you know, Jay Yow is the producer of this podcast. We were talking casually and he asked me about a lot of different things I've been obsessed with ever since I was a little kid and this "Power of Obsession" has driven my entire life for better and for worse. We're just casually talking about it and then I realized he's rec…
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 What a great book! For anyone who's ever been interested, even for a second in the personal development/ inspirational category, this book, Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential by Brian Johnson... You have to visually see this book. It's 451 chapters, a thousand pages. It's almost like a little cube, but it's very fast to read because every chapt…
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 So much happening in crypto last yesterday. There was a flash crash, of Bitcoin when there was rumors that the Bitcoin ETF might not happen. But there's a lot of other news, a lot of other catalysts for big moves in crypto. I brought on my good friend and super crypto expert, Omid Malekan. Omid is a professor of crypto at Columbia business school.…
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Dive into an episode featuring the remarkable Soulaima Gourani, a masterclass in resilience and ambition. From her dramatic escape at 13 to dominating Silicon Valley, Gourani's story is a rollercoaster of triumphs and trials. Discover how a troubled childhood fueled her rise in the corporate world, leading to prestigious roles at IBM and Hewlett Pa…
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In this engaging episode of the James Altucher Show, James and "Jay The Engineer" offer a reflective and insightful discussion on the lessons from 2023 and the unpredictable nature of what lies ahead. Tackling topics ranging from the complexities of global politics to the nuances of personal growth, they share thought-provoking perspectives on navi…
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James sits down with renowned author and psychotherapist Amy Morin for an enlightening 80-minute conversation that delves deep into the human psyche, relationships, and the essence of mental strength. Amy, celebrated for her bestselling book "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do," shares her profound insights into the dynamics of personal grow…
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In his conversation with Nick Gray, James Altucher explores practical advice for enhancing social interactions, particularly in the context of hosting gatherings. James, who often feels out of place at social events, seeks insights from Nick, an expert in hosting successful small-scale parties. Nick shares his transformation from disliking traditio…
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We're thrilled to welcome Arthur Brooks to the show, a remarkable author whose work has significantly influenced James' recent journey. We dive deep into his inspiring books, "From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life" and "Build the Life You Want," co-authored with the iconic Oprah Winfrey. …
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Today we reunite with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, the acclaimed author known for "Don't Trust Your Gut." Seth introduces his new book "Who Makes the NBA," a trailblazing work written in just 30 days using AI. He shares how AI tools, particularly ChatGPT's code interpreter, inspired him to blend his passion for basketball with data science, creating a…
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When my children or good friends have problems and difficulties in life, you would think I would recommend to them my book Choose Yourself, which describes times when I've had hardships and the ways I used to pick myself out of being broke or sick or depressed. But that is not the book I give people. I usually give them The Miracle Morning by Hal E…
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“If this idea… the idea of overcoming one fear a day scares you, then keep reading.” I wrote this line three years ago. I was doing a photo challenge. I asked Chase Jarvis, one of the best photographers in the world and the founder of Creative Live, “What should I do?” I wanted to know how to take a good photo. He asked me what I liked. I said, “Sa…
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One of our favorite guests, former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino, has authored a new book titled "Moonshot: A NASA Astronaut’s Guide to Achieving the Impossible" and is back to talk all about it. "Moonshot," a follow-up to his bestselling memoir, offers an insightful look into the mindset required to overcome challenges and achieve ambitious goals.…
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James welcomes renowned author Robert Greene back on the show to discuss the intricacies of power, strategy, and human nature, as explored in Greene's bestselling book, "The 48 Laws of Power." The episode kicks off with James sharing his journey to reclaim his old chess ranking, a challenge that's not only about the game but also about rediscoverin…
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